The Contra Costa County Sheriff released a series of edited videos showing a Danville police officer shooting a Black man who was suspected of throwing rocks at passing cars on the freeway, four seconds after he pulled out a small knife while crossing the street last month.
The Contra Costa District Attorney on Wednesday announced that a Danville police officer will face criminal charges for a deadly 2018 shooting.
Video shows Officer Andrew Hall shooting Tyrell Wilson on Sycamore Valley Road near Camino Ramon on March 11. The recording was taken by someone in a nearby car at the intersection and Wilson's family says it serves as proof that the shooting was unprovoked.
New cell phone video of last month's fatal police shooting in Danville shows Officer Andrew Hall firing his weapon on Tyrell Wilson, who was a homeless and mentally-ill Black man.
Dozens of people in Danville took to the streets over the weekend after the fatal shooting of Tyrell Wilson earlier this month.
Tyrell Wilson's parents are concerned that the officer's statements are not totally truthful, civil rights attorney John Burris said.
An officer who shot and killed a man reportedly ringing doorbells in Danville in 2018 is at the center of a new police shooting that unfolded last Thursday.
Officer Andrew Hall shot and critically wounded the 32-year-old man after responding to reports that a man was throwing rocks off an overpass onto I-680.
Authorities responded to a police shooting in Danville Thursday afternoon that wounded a man who was reportedly throwing rocks at cars from an elevated overpass onto I-680.
Henry Lee reports with the latest details.
SkyFOX flew over the scene around 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 11, 2021.
SkyFOX flew over the scene at 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 11, 2021.
Police have closed Sycamore Valley Road between Brookside and San Ramon Valley Blvd.
Incontro Ristorante had its health permit suspended last week after it was cited seven times for serving customers outside.
In this year of COVID-19, there may not be much to smile about these days. Except maybe in Danville.
Rob Roth reports.
The Town of Danville is seeing a spike in coronavirus cases, which has raised enough of a concern that the town manager has urged residents to take precautions.
One week after a Danville high school reopened for in-person learning, eight students and staff members from a special needs class tested positive for COVID-19.
In 2006, Pressley wrote six children’s books, and they sat unpublished for 14 years until her COVID quarantine finally gave her the motivation to finish the job.
The motorcycle struck the bicycle and crashed, leaving the rider with serious injuries.